Michael Blasius (BKK ProVita), Anna Zipse and Norman Elmers (both Polarstern), Christina Otzmann (BKK ProVita) | Photo: M. Blasius
The ECG health insurer BKK ProVita put three charging points for electric vehicles into operation last Friday. At the headquarters of the company in southern Germany, so-called wall boxes, each with two charging points, are now available for charging the company-owned electric vehicles. These are supplied exclusively with green electricity.
The likewise ECG eco-energy supplier Polarstern from Munich is the electricity supplier of BKK ProVita. It supports the health insurance in the planning, installation and supply of the charging stations. Norman Elmers, sales manager of Polarstern, says: “BKK ProVita is a long-standing business customer and close partner also in the Economy for the Common Good. Together we are committed to a sustainable economy that puts the wellbeing of people, animals and the environment first. Climate protection plays a major role here. Companies can significantly reduce their CO2 balance by converting to electric fleets. We are pleased to take this next step with BKK ProVita”.